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Domino's stores across Colorado donating 25,000 pizzas

Posted at 11:42 AM, Apr 08, 2020

COLORADO SPRINGS — Domino's is helping feed people during the COVID-19 coronavirus by donating pizzas to help their local communities.

Starting the week of April 13, Domino's locally owned stores throughout Colorado will donate 25,000 pizzas to feed people.

More than 125 Domino's stores throughout Colorado Springs, the Greater Denver area, and Grand Junction areas will each donate 200 pizzas.

They will be donated to hospitals and medical centers, schoolkids and their families, health departments, grocery store workers and others in need.

“We want to show how much we appreciate and support those who are in need of a hot meal, and those who are on the frontline, working to save lives,” said Jay Feavel, who is also a Denver-area Domino’s franchisee. “We hope that this simple act will bring a small sense of normalcy and a smile to their faces.”

Domino’s stores nationwide will donate more than 1.2 million pizzas, or about 10 million slices, across their communities.